Infographic: Why Retraining Current Employees Is Cheaper than Hiring New Ones

When productivity takes a dive, it can be tempting to fantasize about bringing in a whole new team to bring the fire back to your office. However, research shows that, in many cases, it is actually much less expensive to retrain current employees than to replace them with new hires. Below, we explore the associated

 costs of both strategies, and explain why retraining is typically the better way to go.

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